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Jamaica Martinez, Marreros, Mejia

  1. 1. TouRIST PLACES AND BUSINESs OF JAMAICA<br />There is in Jamaica many touristic places. The hotels are very famous, cause of the presentation. And they are many interesting jobs.<br />
  2. 2. Touristic places in Jamaica<br />The hotels in Jamaica are the most recently recognized, you can also go to<br />Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort & Spa All Inclusive4.0 of 5 Star Rating <br />Near The Town Of Lucea / Montego Bay information from the hotel: 866-538-0230 <br />Calificación:<br />3.6<br />About USD226,00 We make equally the prices . Guaranteed if then of the realized of the information to obtain a lower tariff, Communicate first with us. Consult Atencion to the client for more detaills. <br />
  3. 3. Restaurants in Jamaica<br />Situated in the Blue Mountains, Strawberry Hill is dubbed one of Jamaica’s best modern restaurants. Excellent dishes such as grilled fish with jerk mango or grilled shrimp with fresh cilantro are the restaurant’s hallmarks. Although you don’t stay at this hotel when you take a trip to Jamaica, it’s worth trying the restaurant’s recommended dishes.<br />The experience of dining in restaurants in Jamaica offers a slice of island life as well as a culinary treat. Explore Jamaica&apos;s culture from a table - or just on the side of the road.<br />
  4. 4. Places you must visit in Jamaica<br />The beaches in Jamaica are considered among the World&apos;s most pure and beautiful. No matter which beach you may choose to visit, you are sure to have a positive experience. The crystal blue waters and white sand make a visit to the beach a delightful experience.<br />Jamaica has 14 parishes, each having its own flavor. The most picturesque being Portland, St. Ann&apos;s, Manchester and Westmoreland. While traveling on the roads to many of these places, one can experience casual culinary fun while indulging in a small snack of roast corn, or roast fish from the vendors on the roadside.<br />
  5. 5. Most picturesque places<br />St. Ann&apos;s<br />Westmoreland<br />
  6. 6. Business of Jamaica<br />In Jamaica, the most important actually business are the sports. Like athletics . <br />Recently a Jamaican man won in Beijing a sped race.<br />And the Venus Williams Vs Serena Williams HQ Wimbledon Final Highlights 2009<br />
  7. 7. Jamaican weather<br />The weather is very unstable it means that it changes every time or it doesn’t have an specific weather.<br />
  8. 8. Entertainment Specialist<br />music:<br />Leroy Smart honed his interest in music under the tutelage of Lennie Hibbert at the legendary Alpha School. His vocal sound gave the impression that he might have gargled with gravel. His work with producer Striker Lee was outstanding as was his Roots output through &apos;Channel One&apos;. It was Junjo Lawes technique that gave Leroy Smart a foot in the Dancehall doors and Bobby Digital added to Smart&apos;s reputation. He is one of the artist <br />
  9. 9. Whytogo<br />Wellyou can go, becausetherethey do manysportshavegreatbeachs, cultural things and verygoodhotels. <br />
  10. 10. Brief history of Jamaica<br />
  11. 11. Jamaica: History <br />Christopher Columbus arrived at the island, he claimed the land for Spain. <br />Still, it was not truly colonized until after his death. <br />But only a few decades after Columbus&apos; death almost all Arawaks were exterminated. <br />Spain held the island against many buccaneer raids at the main city, which is now called Spanish Town.<br />Eventually England claimed the island in a raid, but the Spanish did not relinquish their claim to the island until 1670.<br />
  12. 12. Jamaica : British Colony<br />Jamaica became a base of operations for buccaneers, including Captain Henry Morgan. In return these buccaneers kept the other colonial powers from attacking the island. Africans were captured, kidnapped, and forced into slavery to work on plantations when sugarcane became the most important export on the island.<br />
  13. 13. Jamaica Hystory : Slave Trade<br />Many slaves arrived in Jamaica via the Atlantic slave trade during the same time enslaved Africans arrived in North America. During this time there were many racial tensions, and Jamaica had one of the highest instances of slave uprisings of any Caribbean island.[1] After the British crown abolished slavery, the Jamaicans began working toward independence. Since independence there have been political and economic disturbances, as well as a number of strong political leaders.<br />
  14. 14. JAMAICA CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS<br />The Jamaica Civic organi:zation are composed by<br />Committee for the Upliftment of the Mentally Ill Montego Bay<br />The Independent Jamaica Council on Human Rights<br />Jamaica AIDS Support<br />Jamaica Canadian Association<br />Jamaica Conservation & Development Trust JCDT <br />Jamaica Environmental Trust<br />Jamaicans for Justice<br />Jamaica Kidz<br />Jamaica National Heritage Trust<br />Jamaica Organization for Youth<br />
  15. 15. Thank You <br />Thats all, thank you<br />
  16. 16. members<br />ALEXANDRA M<br />Kimberly M<br />
  17. 17. And also Enzo<br />